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/Oct/2015

New skill path

By: Boyden123 @ 11:41 (EDT) / 226 / Comment ( 2 )

Hey everyone!

So after multiple bad beats and losing money, I decided I am going to go back to small buy ins and freerolls to hone my skills more. I have played 3 open skill leagues and I have finished lower than 400 in 2 of them. I am hoping that this will go well. I have played 9 tournaments in 3 days and have cashed in 7 tournaments so I believe it is working. 

I hope to keep everyone posted on the hands and plays I make as well as my progress.

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